Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Co-editor for Software Law book sought

Elgar Press is currently developing a series with Jeremy Philllips called “Research Handbooks in Intellectual Property.” One of the new projects under development is a “Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Rights and Software.” Joseph Savirimuthu is seeking a co-editor. Here's a description of the research handbooks:

Edited volumes in key areas of law comprising roughly 20-30 original, scholarly contributions. They are designed to be a source of high quality original reference representing a state-of-the-art overview of each area. They comprise entries on the most important concepts and empirical research and, if possible, outline a research agenda for the future. The Handbooks are academic in approach (academic in the sense of analytical, substantive work which is well-referenced) and while not intended as textbooks, will be useful for advanced and postgraduate students as reference points, as well as for scholars and policymakers.

If you are interested, please contact Joseph Savirimuthu.

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